Traces

Delving deeper into your ancestry

Caroline, you completed the Diploma of Family History at the University of Tasmania. Tell us about your experience studying this course.

I commenced the inaugural unit of the diploma, Introduction to Family History, in 2016. At that time, I had been researching my family history in an ad hoc fashion for about five years, primarily using

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